Report on Sales of Goods Act

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BUSINESS LAW
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION....................................................................................................................................................3TASK 1.....................................................................................................................................................................31.1 Implied terms which are related with the sales of goods act........................................................................31.2 Statutory provision to property and possession............................................................................................41.3 Remedies of seller's and buyer's...................................................................................................................41.4 Product liability for faulty goods..................................................................................................................5TASK 2.....................................................................................................................................................................62.1 Defines types of credit agreement................................................................................................................62.2 Rules of termination of rights.......................................................................................................................62.3 Various types of agents.................................................................................................................................72.4 Duties and rights of agents............................................................................................................................7TASK 3.....................................................................................................................................................................83.1 Monopolies and anti-competitive legislation in the UK..............................................................................83.2 Competition commission with some circumstance of the monopolies and anti-competitive.......................83.3 Dominant position with within the EU market.............................................................................................93.4 Position in which unsusceptibility is render to them..................................................................................10TASK 4...................................................................................................................................................................104.1Identify and create a case for the assorted forms of possession rights........................................................104.2 Protection of patent rights and legal rules preventing their conflict...........................................................114.3How you'll save copyright by legal rules.....................................................................................................124.4protection of trademark with suitable example............................................................................................12CONCLUSION......................................................................................................................................................12REFERENCES.......................................................................................................................................................13
INTRODUCTIONBusiness law is related with commercial law in which two or more parties are comesin the contractual relationship with each and try to perform their duties as well. In this varioustypes of rules and regulation are mentioned which are framed by the government. In presentreport is based on sales of goods act, competition law, agency and intellectual property rights.According to the sales of goods act sellers are responsible to provide goods and serviceswhich are able to meet their expectation and demand. In case of competition act. Thegovernment of UK restrict overseas companies for enter into domestic country through whichdomestic countries are not able to maintain their performance and profit margin as well.agency is the contractual relationship between agents and its principals (Bebchuk andJackson, 2011). Agent is the person who act on behalf of his principals and able to follow alldirection which are provided by the principals as well. They responsible to comply with therules and regulation which are framed by the government. TASK 11.1 Implied terms which are related with the sales of goods act.As per the Sales of goods act 1979, there are two parties named caller seller andbuyer. Seller is the person who delivered products and services to another party which namecalled buyer. Before delivery both are come in the contractual relationship with each other tryto fulfil duties as well. According to the given scenario, Ben is the buyer who wants topurchase car from dealer. After read an advertisement Ben shows his seriousness towards carand pay 150 pounds which are not refundable. Dealer describe about the car that it onlydriven 18,500 miles and it have only one dealer (Bishara and Westermann‐Behaylo, 2012).After making whole he went with his family in the car. While deriving, the car is stuck in themid way that time he realised that the engine of car is not working properly and also it hastwo owner. So that, buyer wants to return back the car to dealer but he refused to accept.Because there is clause is applied which signed by Ben. According to clause 9 buyer have tocheck condition of goods before purchasing, after there is no responsibility of seller. But asper the sales of goods act there is a implied condition that seller is able to provide best goodsand services to their customers. The deliver of products is have to meet the description whichis provided by buyer to seller at time of placed an order.
1.2 Statutory provision to property and possession.The sales of goods act has include various types of rules and policies which have to befulfil the all the parties and try to follows rule which are mentioned in that (Cantwell,Dunning, and Lundan, 2010). These provisions are mentioned under the section 18 to section25. these are as aligned below:Products must be determined- On the basis of this provision goods must be properlydetermined otherwise these are not be transferable to the buyer. The goods and serviceswhich are deliver by the seller to buyer are able to meet their satisfaction. Those products arehave to meet description which are provided by buyer at the time of placed an order. Intension- If two parties are comes in the contractual relationship then their intentionto perform task must be present. On the given scenario, Ben has a intention to purchased carand dealer has intention to sale the car. Specific products- In the present case it has been specified that seller must be providespecific goods which are easily acceptable by buyer. Seller have to fulfil all rules and duties which are specially imposed on them. Throughwhich they meet expectations of buyer and perform duty as well (Cantwell, Dunning, andLundan, 2010). Buyer have to perform their duty which are specified under the law. 1.3 Remedies of seller's and buyer's.According to the Sales of goods act, 1979, there are various types of remedies whichare able to protect the rights and duties of both seller as well as buyer. On the basis of legaladvisor Citizen Advise Bureaux, some remedies are as aligned below:Buyer's remedyFor non delivered of goods- Every seller is responsible to provide goods quality ofproducts to their buyers. They must ensures that surly deliver goods to buyer otherwisecustomer having to file case against them. In the given scenario Ben is able to receive car andcar dealer is play a role of seller son that he is liable to deliver car. For example; A is theseller of bike and B is the buyer (Colpan and Hikino, 2010). If A refused to deliver bike thenB is able to sue A. Not meet standard quality- Every seller have to provide goods and services which aremeet their standard quality which is required by the buyer. If they can do so then customer

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